9. Munnar, Kerala – The Perfect Scenic Beauty
It is called Kashmir of South India. No doubt, Munnar is one of the best destinations for solo travelers. Tata Tea Museum, Blossom Park where you can enjoy activities like Cycling, boating and roller skating, Attukal Waterfalls, Top Station, Cheeyapara Waterfalls, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Pothamedu ViewPoint are worth watching.
10. Coorg, Karnataka –Scotland Of India
Well known for its coffee plantations and Kodagu culture, Coorg is one of the eco-tourist destinations in India. For a solo traveler, a holiday in Coorg is as refreshing and charming. Abbey falls, Dubare Elephant Camp for animal lovers, Iruppu Falls, Nagarhole National Park, Chettalli, Bylakuppe full of cultural delights, Nisargadhama a beautiful island surrounded by thick foliage of bamboo groves, sandalwood and teak trees, Barapole river for those who have keen interest into river rafting are some of the notable tourist attractions in Coorg.
11. Kutch, Gujarat – White Salt Desert
Great Rann of Kutch and Little Rann of Kutch are ideal destinations for holidaying in India. Rann of Kutch, a spellbinding marvel of sand and salt, Kalo Dungar, Topansar Lake, a bird watcher’s paradise, Camel Ride on Mandvi Beach, Bhadreshwar Jain Temple, Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, Kutch Desert Wildlife Sanctuary and mind-blowing cultural traits makes the destination best suited for solo travelers.
12. Rishikesh, Uttarakhand – A Soulful Escape
Haridwar, sacred land adorned with lamps, devotees, and aarti chants, Kanatal village, a camper’s delight, Lansdowne to camp with friends, take adventurous activities, make a bonfire, yoga and meditation holiday as well as Spa & Ayurvedic altogether make this one of the popular tourist places near Rishikesh. Some other notable adventure activities for solo travelers are cliff diving, kayaking, bungee jumping, rappelling and rock climbing.
India is a beautiful country to explore. When foreigners are dying hard to visit India, the people in India crave to go abroad. The irony! There are many places where India looks like foreign places. When you really start exploring India, then you will not have any other option except accepting India’s beauty. What do you say? Have you been to any of these places? If you know a place which is recommended for solo travelers, then share us in the comments. Make sure you read this before planning for a solo travel.